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Diploma Course in Manual Lymphatic Drainage🇨🇭to strengthen the immune system!

Diploma Course in Manual Lymphatic Drainage

A preventive and curative therapy inevitable in the knowledge and application of the important methods of every established therapist.

Duration of the course: 180 hours

Certifications: Diploma and certification of study hours

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* recognized by Swiss health insurance companies (health insurance companies) in the field of complementary medicine.

* recognized and certified by the RME Registry of Empirical Medicine

* recognized and certified with an international certificate by the International Board of Massage Therapist Association,

registered in the Commercial Register of the Canton of Ticino, Switzerland

contents of the DLM diploma course:

theoretical part

Introduction: LYMPHATIC CIRCULATORY SYSTEM - Origin of the lymphatic circulatory system - Lymphatic capillaries - Precollectors - Lymphatic collectors - Lymph node structure - Lymphatic drainage - Function of the lymphatic circulatory system - Lymph transport mechanisms - Action on lymphangions - Effects of delay - Pathological pictures : lymphatic insufficiency.

practical part

Neck treatment

Facial treatment

Thoracic region treatment

Abdominal region treatment

Upper limb treatment

Lower limb treatment (front)

Knee treatment

Leg and foot treatment

Lower limb treatment (back)

Treatment of the cervical region, shoulders, trapezius

Back region treatment

Treatment of the lumbar and gluteal region

Description of treatment:

Every day we come into contact with many toxic substances that we breathe with the air, take with food, or that manage to enter our body through the pores of the skin. Our body is naturally able to detoxify and thus protect its organs from the harmful effects of these toxins. However, if the exposure, as in our day, is very high, targeted detoxification, even of a manual type, can be useful, such as manual lymphatic drainage.

The lymphatic system is fundamental, as well as for the proper functioning of the immune system, also for the detoxification process of our body since this liquid, which flows parallel to the blood, contributes to the removal of the "waste" that is found inside the body (even those produced by normal metabolism) by collecting liquids and waste materials and then sending them to the main excretory organs responsible for disposal: liver, kidneys, lungs, etc.

One can therefore understand well how a correct functioning of the lymphatic system is essential to enjoy good health while a lymph congested by too many substances to be disposed of can instead create problems for us. It was in the 1920s that Dr. Emil Vodder decided to devise a body technique that could support the lymph in its functions, manual lymphatic drainage (DLM) was born.

This technique works in a very rhythmic and delicate way favoring the flow of lymph in all the tissues of the body, thus helping to purify, decongest and, in case of edema (i.e. an accumulation of liquids), reduce pain and swelling. Through lymphatic drainage the tissues can get rid of excess water, bacteria and viruses, toxins, metabolic waste, etc.

This is not a painful but rather very pleasant and relaxing technique that does not cause any type of redness on the skin and is carried out without using any type of oil or cream.


- Strengthens the immune system

- Relieves heaviness and swelling due to fluid congestion

- Useful against water retention in pregnancy and in the menstrual period

- Effective against cellulite

- Promotes relaxation by relieving stress

- Reduces swelling and bruising due to surgery

- It can help in case of chronic sinusitis and headache

- Helps to dispose of drug residues taken for a long time

- Helps those suffering from autoimmune diseases

Manual lymphatic drainage is a technique now very popular and used throughout Europe, often recommended also by doctors to solve some minor pathologies. Have any of you tried it?



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